Join us for the next conversation in the Knowing Your Landscape series!
When: April 27 at 11 am
Where: 963 Hancock Road, Williamstown
Knowing Your Landscape is moving outside this month, and we’re getting “on the land” to do a case study that explores land management basics! Join WRL staff to learn how to determine what kinds of habitats you have, consider your property management goals, and review key land stewardship activities. This 2-hour walk through a member-owned property will visit wetlands and forest, both hemlock and northern mixed hardwood, all common to the Berkshires. Registration required, limited to 10 participants. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Knowing Your Landscape is a free, monthly series of talks and workshops designed to answer questions you might have about land stewardship, anticipate your concerns, and provide information and resources to landowners and land stewards. The series is jointly sponsored by our Talks on the Hill and the Working Lands/Working Hand programs. Participants in the series (and you may attend any or all) will learn about:
- the natural and productive components of the rural landscape,
- policies and regulations applicable to land conservation and management,
- land and natural resource management practices to keep things growing, and
- programs that support land stewardship by private landowners.
Bookings are closed for this event.